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, something like that, we put it in the hopper, if you will. it doesn't necessarily happen right away, but we would assess the risk. is this candidate going to be around or is this someone likely to fall off the radar? you know, in term of the urgency of the offenses, you know. certainly somebody that has red flags that wins an election, you know, the point that vice-chair studley made, we would hop on those right away. >> okay, right. >> but if it's somebody that came in ninth, it's not as urgent depending on what the staff's priorities are. >> okay, thank you for the clarification. >> we do assess the level of public harm when we make those determinations. >> and what happens if you get a public or somebody who is -- claims that there's been a violation? does that get focused on immediately? >> those are -- normally would be treated as a staff initiated complaint. and again, assess the level of public harm and that would give us sort of the level of urgency that the staff would pursue it. the investigation staff is allegation weighing their caseload of what they're doing and what maybe shou
-un a disneyland park hopper pass? dick cheney weighed in at a leadership meeting yesterday. he described kim jong-un as unpredictable and said, quote, we're in deep doo-doo. we go live to jonathan bines in washington. what do you make of what former vice president said about the doo-doo. >> we know it is deep, but right now there's no consensus on how deep. some in the house believe the doo-doo is so deep it's actually bottomless boom-boom. others believe it's a simple puddle of poo-poo. >> jimmy: well, thank you, jona
. >> really good to see you. >> 200 banded together to hopper them. >> you will see people giving hugs and high-fiving each other and people have not seen each other in years but we are a close-knit group, yeah. >> all thinking of one thing this morning. >> boston, we are running for boston. >> a sea of yellow and blue, their colors they ran there and back. >> to help them get over the initial shock if you will, kind of that moment where you are unsure of what to do and people can kind of either panic and run around or come together and organize and recognize each other and support each other. >> the bunch rallied via facebook and has that hash tag. it has swept the nation for those wanting to show support. >> san francisco has a great tradition of being in tune with america and this just another example we are connecting on a much broader basis. >> high-fives followed the 4 mile run and they say it was not about raising money but showing their heart is in the right place for runners, familiars, rescuers and bostonnancy. >> we understand how you feel, we are feeling that way too and a
they got a tip there might be someone in the boat, the suspect sent up the hopper with thermal imaging equipment and it it showed that there was something in that boat because of the heat that was being generated. so that's the picture of form that you see colored in white and eventually in black where they can make out detail. after doing that, they were able to send in a robot with a long arm that was able to pick up the tarp on top of the boat. of course, that told the tale they knew for sure that that suspect was in there and that's when they sent in the s.w.a.t. team and tried to talk him out. there was an exchange of gunfire and the arrest was made. >> what a conclusion. susan candiotti outside the hospital now where the suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev intubated, sedated and officials waiting, hoping they can talk to him soon. susan, thanks very much. >> the suspect's uncle is speaking out. ruslan tsarni said they were brainwashed. take a listen. >> i caught one of the gentleman leaving in that area who is private to their family. i said, listen, do you know what is going on with that
-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >> okay, usually if you are in gq magazine. you get a lot of ribbing. but barry zito is here tomorrow. >> although you may need barry's contract to afford the outfit. it would be fun. >> this one has giants fans talking. that is posey taking in batting practice. this is not usually how he looks. he is wearing a white jacket. a trucker hat and $325 worth of swet pants. >> flying off the shelves. tomorrow, is a shorts weather. mid to upper 80s. low 70s on the coast line. a bit of fog beginning to build and so, shorts weather for tomorrow. and then you are going to need the jacket here as wed throughout the end of the week, no rain. >> shorts or capris. >> announcer: it's "the tonight show with jay leno," featuring rickey minor and "the tonight show" band. tonight, jay welcomes -- diane keaton, comedian trevor moore, the music of jake bugg, and "headlines." and now, jay leno! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television captions by vitac www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay:
glittering galaxies. disneyland resort just got happier, see it all with a 3-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >>> first warriors playoff games since 2007. tipped off tonight. shelly, i need a minute. close to 20 ,000 screaming warrior fans. a very sloppy first half. they could not take care of the ball. 14 turnovers in the first half. nuggets took a 12 point lead, going into halftime. different story, warriors outscored denver by 15. seth currie, what sore ankle? going into the 4th. big in the 4th. pretty roll in the lane. warriors up. hanging on to a three-point lead. nuggets have a chance to tie it, but they throw the ball away. all right, let's talk baseball. that's right. tim lincecum, a hard luck loser in san diego. nine strikeouts, but gave up two runs. tough break for timmy as he gets the loss. giants lose 2-1. the shortage of runs carried over by the orioles. you can't win them all. right? >> well done. >> see you at 11:00. [ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf... is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges fast
happier, see it all with a 3-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... do you know what this is all about? do you know why we're here? to be out. this is out. out's one of the most enjoyable experiences of life. when people say, let's go out. this is what they're talking about. this whole thing-- we're all out. no one is home. not one person here's home. we're all out. there are people trying to find us. they don't know where we are. i can't find him. where did he go? he didn't tell me. he must have gone out. you want to go out. you get ready-- pick out clothes, take the shower, get all ready, get the cash, the car, the spot, the reservation... then you stand around going, got to be getting back. once you're out, you want to get back-- go to sleep, get up,
-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >>> welcome back everybody from oracle with the warriors. oh my goodness. they have fans all over the bay area, adjusting off the "we believe" t-shirts from a few years ago. the warriors have the denver nuggets on the brink of elimination. and this comes six years after shooting the mavericks in the first round. wayne, give me the block, please. getting oracle fired up with the anthem, saving the best play with the warriors for the post season. a nasty dunk, the big man that had 12 points. point as they come away with the 19-point lead. the look on jack's face says it all. making quick work of the lakers. tony parker had 23 in game four and san antonio sweeped the lakers. >>> another suspect is joe knave. hopefully with the two-runners in the 4th. the a's have avoided a four- game sweep against baltimore. in the attempt, cocoa's bump leads it up to a bad throw to the orioles at thebe. eventually realizing that it is the ball that he is in left field scoring the winning run. a's are victorious right next door as they
see it all with a 3-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >>> hi, everybody. i'm beth troutman. if you are ready for great videos, you are watching the right show. "right this minute." a motorcycle comes around a corner and just rams right into this cyclist. the amazing moment he walked away from the crash. an armed robber makes a rookie asouets s the gwn. >> why that set the stage for one hostile takeover. a 15-month-old spars with a 150 pound mastiff. who do you think is going to win this war? >> see the outcome of baby versus beast. >>> and a pony who needs a scratching post. >> this is a deep itch. gotta warn you, this one hurts to watch, even worse to hear. >> oh! >> oh! >> yeah, let's see it again in slow motion. this is on a highway in california. the snake popular area for riders of all kinds to take on the twists and turns. this guy on a bike, comes around the bend and he might have taken it wide and rams into the cyclist who goes airborne, knocks the motorcyclist off his bike and takes another one out. bikes are mangled, they are mangled.
gotten -- [inaudible] with the primary mission of finding a location for a big singapore hopper somewhere until the arctic region. so like the suez canal, indicated are trading transformation of the 20th century. the opening of the northern sea route will indicate a fundamental transformation of the global trading system in the 21st century. the second reason, of course, is the melting of the arctic sea ice through the impact on the global weather system. one of the reason why the chinese sent the ice breaker -- from shanghai to iceland last summer, the first time in history, a china vessel goes from shanghai to an arctic country through the northern route was that they discovered in the summer of 2007 and the following winter that the melting of the arctic sea ice had tremendous implications for the extreme weather events that occur in china in the following winter. as a result of the expee desks last summer the chinese authorities could prepare for what happened in february of this year. where china experienced in many of the regions destruction of the infrastructure of the towns and co
of why this film was so successful, or what was going on. and all they knew was dennis hopper directed it. so they grabbed onto the directors as saviors. although that's a film -- i wasn't part of that culture, but it did open a lot of doors for many people in california. and at the same time, giving you the chance behind the camera and almost a deification of the director. (man) "rain people" are people made of rain. and when they cry, they disappear altogether. (narrator) one such deified director was francis coppola. coppola's dream was to run his own studio, to be called american zoetrope. where did you hear about the rain people? i don't remember. were they in a story someone told you? no, it's true. (woman) did you ever see them? (walter murch) francis wrote a script involving a cross-country trip. it was an existential leap into the unknown. in fact, they wound up in nebraska. and they said, "if we can do this in nebraska, there's no reason we'd have to be in hollywood." it was 3 or 4 months after that francis had made the decision to set up american zoetrope in san francisco. fran
they are job hoppers but if they feel fulfilled and praised and recognized and feel like there's a career path for them, they are more likely to stay than even previous generations. >> last question. what do you tell the graduating class of 2013 about what this economy is going to do for them? >> what i tell them is it's volatile right now. there are glimpses of hope. keep at it. network really hard. get your foot in the door somewhere and prove that you can do it and that will land you a job and a career. >> all right. thank you so much. nice to see you. >> thank you. >>> coming up, study more of this and less of this. it's college decision time. don't make your choice or give advice to a college bound loved one until you hear our next story. surprise -- your house was built on an ancient burial ground. [ ghosts moaning ] surprise -- your car needs a new transmission. [ coyote howls ] how about no more surprises? now you can get all the online trading tools you need without any surprise fees. ♪ it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. when i'm hungry, my tummy gr
-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... joinjo us at projectluna.com >> kugels new free assistance application is now available for apple devices and android. it's called google now. it predicts what information you are likely to want before you look it up. so google is taking all of your information, analyzing it in predicting what you are currently doing or what you are about to do. it offers relevant information to your life. google now presents itself through cards that use light through. it can tell you about traffic problems, provide updates on new stories you have been following. if interplant, it can slate your flight information. concerts' coming to a venue near you, photogenic landmarks in your vicinity that you might want to get a quick picture of the. information about a sports team would automatically pop up and google now. you will get notification of final scores. bottom-line, i think it can be helpful in certain situations. but i think it will free got a lot of users. it feels like your phone snowshoe and it is talking to you. by us
. significantly higher. this stock to me is a screaming buy. take orders through the roof, hoppers will happen in the second half of the year from farmers. by the way, this morning when belaro reported their numbers, they said they bought 2,500 tanker trucks last month. the bottom line is this is not just a blip. this issing about to happen for the next several years. they did the hoppers, they make all of them but the tanker right now is really the real hot segment for all of these guys and inter modal also. dennis: you would rather buy from the company that maybes equipment on top of the rails than for the rail. >> number one rail play, i've loved it for decades because of the connection to mexico and panama but i think this is one of those stocks so cheap, particularly down here, it has a tremendous amount of room to the upside. dennis: i rarely see such excite many. i love that. >> only a 300-year-old industry. cheryl: warren buffett, remember when everybody turned their heads when he went into rail? dennis: and coming you mean, president obama said last week's airport delays shows the seq
. disneyland resort just got happier, see it all with a 3-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >>> good morning. skies are clear. some 40s for some. but 50s for others. it will be sunny today. warm inland to hot. by the coast i think some of that sea breeze kicks in a little bit today. >>> welcome back. good morning, to you. here's a quick look at some of the top stories we are following for you right now at 5:45. it has been one week since the boston marathon bombings. the governor of massachusetts wants everyone in the state to observe a moment of silence for those victims. the one minute attribute will be at 11:50 a.m. west coast time. that is the exact time when the first bomb went off. >>> today could be a real test of the effects of those sequester budget cuts on air travel. it's the first weekday since the furloughs of air traffic controllers took effect. delays are possible at airports all across the country. >>> and today is san jose woman accused of stealing a car that hit a baby inside is expected to enter a plea in court. police say carla hern
francisco. if you are doing a quick hopper flight down to los angeles they are experiencing major delays. we have cloud cover coming in but once again everyone else looking pretty good at this point. if you are heading to los angeles watch out for those delays. i have more coming up in the seven day forecast. >> we'll see you in a bit. it may be an online fad but could have life long kwau consequences. >>> nothing but net. how a local basketball star is saving lives with every three-pointerer he makes. >>> and the community gets back to its roots. we'll be back. >>> a green is universal all week here at nbc bay area. you will notice our green nbc peacock. for years people have been turning vacant lots into community gardens. >> one has been transformed. joe rosato, jr. shows us how it is nourishing a community. >> a slice of country living, fruits hanging from branches, vegetables bursting from shrubs. the surroundings of san francisco's farm reveal this urban escape didn't escape very far. >> we are encouraging tree planting along there to shelter and there will always be traffic noise. >>
happier, see it all with a 3-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >>> welcome back to ktvu channel 2 morning news. it's 6:13. travelers in california and around the country are feeling the effects of the faa furloughs. ktvu kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom lawmakers are placing they are now playing the blame game. >> reporter: the white house says republicans in congress voted to allow the automatic across the board budget cuts to become law last month. the faa is subject to those cuts and says it had no choice but to furlough 40,000 workers by making them take one unpaid day off every two weeks. the faa says they are not risking safety fewer air traffic controllers means they will allow fewer planes in the air. the faa blames staffing reductions for 1600 flight delays sunday and monday. tuesday's numbers are due out in less than two hours. some republican senators argue the faa had other options like holding up on upgrades and cutting research and development. they believe the white house has an agenda to convince america
hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >> the contra costa county fire district says, it may need to close down two additional fire stations, in order to balance the district's budget. this weeks announcment comes just three - months. after four other stations were shutdown to cut costs. kron 4' charles clifford has more. >> last january, the contra costa county fire protection district closed down fire stations in lafayette, walnut creek, clayton and martinez. that left just 24 full time stations in operation across the county. the district now says, they need to shutter two more stations in order to balance their 2013/2014 budget. district officials say that because of shrinking tax revenues and the failure of a ballot measure last november, the district was left no choice but to make cuts. the closing of the four fire stations will save the district between 6 and 8 millions dollars next year, but residents will see reduced services and slower response times. and now the district says it needs to make more cuts. the plan is to close one station next july and an
hopper explains, the collision was caught on radar. >> reporter: fire crews were on scene, into the night, after a deadly plane crash in the santa monica mountains. officials now confirm the plane had collided with another, which made a hard landing on a westlake village golf course. >> it was, indeed, a midair collision between two -- i believe cessna aircrafts. >> reporter: the plane that went down on the golf course had three people inside. sky 9 shows two of the people being taken away by an ambulance. while another was air-lifted by helicopter. all three occupants suffered nonlifelife-threatening injuries. witnesses say the people on board thought they had hit a bird. >> they said the reason for the crash was because they got hit by a bird, by their plane. >> reporter: this radar appears to show the two planes in question. the first airplane, a cessna, 172, was westbound. the second airplane, also a cessna 172, which had just departed from santa monica for an engine test flight, was eastbound. according to faa radar data, the flights merged, approximately 8 miles east/northeast of ve
hopper, fake dog doo that was scented with himburger cheese. here. it is dog doo. it was for 16 to 29 months. they determined -- >> so that period is like the critical period for getting them on expand their palate? >> in the womb you're doing a certain amount of that. am knottic flied. if the mother is eating, say, garlic. >> hmm. >> i'm thinking, we have someone. >> what are you doing? >> buffalo wings, maybe, i'll saying theoretically. >> but that, if you, so you should be eating all kinds of adventurous foods. that way your baby will be exposed to them before he or she is born. >> good to know. >> let's talk about adventurous foods. the meal worm is said to be able to eat its way out of something's stomach if it gets eaten. which made me think, is that true? and when you eat freshly shucked oysters, they are actually still alive. are they in your stomach thinking, if i had hands, i could get out of here. that had me thinking if i, or perhaps ar i were eaten by a whale -- >> why does it have to be a whale? whatever. >> he would be able to get his way out of there? >> okay. do you w
. david hopper, general secretary of the durham miners association who were crushed by thatcher in a series of violent strikes said she destroyed our community, our villages and our people. she absolutely hated working people and i've got very bitter memories of what she did. we live now still today on the reagan-thatcher access, their legacies reaching forward through the years this their shared contempt, they bequeathed massive inequality. if you compar inequality, england and the u.s. are at the top. this is the society that thatcher and reagan gave us. societies of shrinking middle classes and tremendously high levels of inequality. if you do not like that vision, you have little occasion to celebrate margaret thatcher today. joining me, cass sunstein and author of "simpler" and martin bashir. it's a great pleasure to have you both here. cass, i'll begin with you. i have now given a rip-roaring leftist attack on margaret thatcher. partly as a useful corrective to the quite understandable desire to speak graciously, and i obviously wish her family no ill and it's sad when peo
technology. now we have dish coming along with the hopper and saying, you know what? we'll give you the ability to record network programs and to zap television commercials all at once. you can imagine what less moonves thinks of that. >> charlie: not much. it's like you are going for the whole thing right there. it's an existential threat. >> charlie: is it fair if the network pays all that money to put all those correspondent all around the world and then... for that coverage, whether it's a conclave in roam or wherever it might be. they can't charge for what they broadcast or people can pick it up and do things with it and skip the commercials which provide the income for the networks? >> that debate, which is a real one, and an authentic one reminds me aate low of the newspaper debate. when people started aggregating and repurposing our content to whatever they wanted. it's like, look, it costs us a lot of dough. >> charlie: nobody stood up and railed about that more than you did. >> right. for all the good it did. what we've done instead is turn toward the consumer said, look,
-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >>> call it super moneyball. baseball teams discover the power of big data. hank adams is my guest this morning. >>> plus, unlock your cell phone. that's a good thing. >>> and how to invest before a company goes public with reporters from "usa today" and columnist for slate and fast company this week on "press: here." good morning, i'm scott mcgrew. are you familiar with saber metrics? if you've seen the movie "moneyball," same thing. it's the use of data in sports,
galaxies. disneyland resort just got happier, see it all with a 3-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... i knew devry university would give me the skills that i needed to make one of those tech jobs mine. we teach cutting-edge engineering technology, computer information systems, networking and communications management -- the things that our students need to know in the world today. our country needs more college grads to help fill all the open technology jobs. to help meet that need, here at devry university, we're offering 4 million dollars in tech scholarships for qualified new students. learn more at devry.edu. >>> when david lee was ruled out forrest of the play-offs after an injury in game one, very few believed that the warriors could win a game in their best of seven series against the nuggets. well, tonight they are one win away from moving on to the second round. and how do they do that at oracle arena? well, they started with releasing the big man, andrew bogut. right here on to mcgee. the dunk. and he gets a nice bounce pass on steph curry a
move yet that carly has made back into the area. the hopper allows you to jump across ask through commercials. the story in the "new york times" today laying out how he has been one of the vial people in hollywood as a result of this. but he is a guy who knows how to shake things up and create a splash and he's doing that with this. >> he's crazy, i know, nuts. i don't know. yeah. >> he's a big thinker. this is definitely a big -- >> he's been called a big a lot of things. but big thinker is one thing. we'll see. speaking of the hopper, faber, wake up. faber. we're going to ralph his lazy tuckus out of the -- >> the sock is trading down. i know we looked at sprint. like it could open lower, it depends on where the bid/ask goes with that. >> do we have his number? >> faber's number? >> give me faber's number. we just called his house? just call him. just roust him. wouldn't that be funny to have him actually answer the phone? david, cnbc. >> call him live on the air? >> "squawk box" here. >> hello. >> is that what's going on? yeah, he's got the phone off the hook. well, maybe he's
. last report was 5 p.m. eastern, i'm not sure if that's in the hopper. peter-- >> that language is very, very interesting. because they say there has not been an arrest. they he didn't we haven't identified someone, we haven't a lead, they didn't say that we're following somebody, they just said there hasn't been arrest. that's very telling. >> megyn: i want to go to peter and your thoughts on what apparently has been a treasure trove of information in the bomb fragments they were able to recover and surveillan surveillance that they have and the photos from the marathon attendees and appeared to have made significant progress in the past 47 hours. yeah, and i think this would have been very difficult two decades ago. i think now days, if you commit a crime in the middle of a modern city, you should expect to be seen by a number of cameras, not government cameras, but shops an and restaurants and boston marathon, people have their cell phone cameras with them there will be plenty of evidence and if i was the suspect, i would have thought about that and made sure you'll running away as q
-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >>> we're still following breaking news coming in from san jose where there's a gas leak near the valley fair mall. now, newschopper2 is flying over everything. pg&e has the crews down there. they are digging up. they are trying to cap off that gas leak -- gas leak right now. we've been told that mall has been evacuated as a precaution. we haven't heard of any injuries yet but there is a lot of activity happening. ktvu has learned a construction crew hit a gas line out there. you can see the big hole where they are focusing on it right now. the crews are trying to shut off the gas as quickly as possible. we're over it. we'll bring you the any dials an any -- details and any information. >>> the san jose woman accused of stealing a car with a baby inside is expected to enter a plea in court. karla hernandez faces kidnapping, child endangerment and car theft. police say she stole a car with an 11-month-old girl in the back seat after a woman left the keys in the ignition last month. an amber alert was issued and
, see it all with a 3-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >>> the french embassy in libya was attacked just hours ago. a car bomb blew up outside of the french embassy. their injuries, though, were not life-threatening. it caused a lot of damage. this is the first attack in libya's capitol since the war in 2011, the one that mow mother gadhafi was removed -- gadhafi was removed from power. >>> meanwhile, secretary of state is in belgium. now, he's urging nate toe to prepare for the -- nato to prepare for the possible use of chemicals weapons -- chemical weapons. >>> new information about a terrorist plot in canada. police say two suspects were planning to derail a train traveling from toronto to new york. investigators believe the suspects were receiving help from members of al qaeda in iran. the news did not come as a surprise to some members of the cia who say al qaeda has had a presence in iran since 2001. iran denies al qaeda is operating within its borders. >>> the secretary of homeland security faces tough questions at an immigratio
resort just got happier, see it all with a 3-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >>> 8:25. the union city police found a surprising solution while looking for a new sketch artist. one of their own detectives, bob kensic who had no prior training volunteered for the job. a few months ago, this -- ago, this was kind of the best work kensic could do. but since then, the police department sent him to special forensic art classes in southern california and he's already making progress. one of the sketches even helped identify a home-invasion robbery suspect. >> we happened to have a -- one of our task members came through. we were talking about it, we showed off bob's sketch and he said that looks like such and such. >> kensic still needs two more courses to become a certified forensic artist. >>> sal, you are coming back. how is the toll plaza doing? >> well, it's actually pet it -- pretty good, dave. >> okay. >> people kind of throw around the word "friday light." today if does -- it does apply. westbound coming up to the bay bridge toll plaza, no big pr
t. hopper. [applause] >> could get kind of used to this, you know? thank you. thank you for joining us again this morning. a slightly late start. did everybody have a good day yesterday? [applause] i don't know about you, but i learned a lot yesterday. in the about faith dollar from david rubenstein's panel, faith in latin america, mexico, lot of democratic institutions in latin america, they're poised in that region for strong growth. one of the big innovations we have is big data and how that's going to affect businesses, marketing decisions and how we can make better decisions on how to target our efforts. i heard from the small business panel, small business talking about the importance of, yes, social media, twitter, things like that. we had our twitter feed and the q.r., if you have a smart phone, by the way, i hope you'll download the program. because then we're going to do all the surveys online, and that way we'll find out which of these programs you've liked, which panels were worthwhile and we'll try and do more things you like and less of the things you don't like for
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